|Digital Tipping Point: Maria Winslow, open source biz guru 09 - Christian Einfeldt|
This is one of many short video segments which will be added to the Digital Tipping Point (DTP) archive. The immediately preceeding segment (08) stopped Maria at the very end of a sentence, so you will want to be sure to get that segment if you like this segment. In this segment, Maria finishes her thought as to how companies will earn revenue from providing free open source software to the developing world...
Keywords: Maria Winslow; Winslow, Maria; some assembly required; DIY becoming more commonplace; Low-end Disruption; lower Tier Custormers; Value Networks, Competition Between; developing Countries; SaaS; Balance of trade
|Digital Tipping Point: Amy Wohl, e-market maven 04 (2005) - Christian Einfeldt|
This is one of many short video segments which will be added to the Digital Tipping Point (DTP) archive. I really find Amy to be very engaging. She's got a great voice, and she never says "um" or "uh" or "like". In this segment, Amy explains how IBM is using commodity Linux to sell services, by adding value on tope of commodity open source software. IBM versus Microsoft is, of course, a theme that runs through our footage, because Microsoft is using FOSS to disrupt Microsoft in the same way that...
Keywords: Amy Wohl; Wohl, Amy; Messman, Jack; Jack Messman; rising tide of open source disruption; good enough; lower tier customers; Microsoft as a monopolist; Microsoft history; SaaS; SaaS, IBM; Sun Microsystems and OpenOffice; Water line of FOSS commoditization always rising; IBM versus Microsoft; Microsoft versus IBM
|Digital Tipping Point: Amy Wohl, e-market maven 07 (2005) - Christian Einfeldt|
This is one of many short video segments which will be added to the Digital Tipping Point (DTP) archive. In this segment, Amy Wohl talks about how OpenOffice.org is disrupting Microsoft. This is really one of Amy's most interesting segments, which is saying a lot, because IMHO, Amy really has the ability to convey complex ideas in an elegantly simple way. She points out that OpenOffice.org is an example of a why it is relatively expensive to move to many free open source software packages...
Keywords: Amy Wohl; Wohl, Amy; OpenOffice.org; OpenOffice.org as a replacement for Microsoft Office; Cost of open source software; cost of Microsoft Windows; buying hierachy, cost of acquisition; training costs; DIY becoming more commonplace; consumers learning to learn; changing software meta-habits; changing technology, changing culture; cramming; cramming, Microsoft and SaaS